Appendix c: request for authorization to establish a new degree program




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Faculty Information Sheet


Name: Merwan Mehta


  1. Rank: Associate Professor




  1. Degrees: Bachelor of Engineering (Production Engineering)


PhD in Engineering Management


  1. Teaching Experience related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Overall nature of workload assignments (%teaching/%research/%service/administration/clinical practice):


Teaching: 40

Research: 40

Service: 20



    1. Courses:


IENG 3300: Plant Layout and Material Handling

ITEC 3800: Cost and Capital Project Analysis

IENG 4020: Manufacturing System Planning

IENG 4023: Advanced Manufacturing Systems

IENG 4200: Work Methods and Ergonomic Analysis

ITEC 6001: Process Analysis and Change Initiatives

ITEC 6002: Lean Manufacturing

ITEC 6003: Advanced Lean Techniques

ITEC 6112: Statistical Analysis for Quality

ITEC 6200: Technology Project Management

ITEC 6406: Capital Project and Cost Analysis for Technology

ITEC6600 Quality Systems.


    1. Graduate student supervisory experience (theses/dissertations):


PhD. Advisor for: 1) Angel Estrada

2) Jimmy Linn

3) Lenard Palmer



  1. Scholarly & Professional Activities related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Publications/Scholarly Activity related to proposed degree:


Mehta, Merwan and Richard Monroe, 2007. “Utilization of Virtual Cells in the Reduction of Lead Time for Non-Manufacturing Based Processes for the Agile Enterprise of Tomorrow.” International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems.” Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 91-94.


Mehta, Merwan and Paul Kauffmann, 2006. “Committing to a Lean Six-Sigma Roadmap.” International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing. Volume 9, Issue 2, December 2006, Pages 91-99.


Mehta, Merwan and Paul Kauffmann, 2006. “Improve Gage R&R Results.” ASQ Six Sigma Forum Magazine: From the Basics to the Boardroom. Volume 5, Number 4, August 2006, Pages 35-39.


Mehta, Merwan, and Kumar Rampura, December 2006. “Squeezing Out Extra Value: Florida’s Natural Growers Charts a Plan for Improvement Through Process Value Mapping.” Industrial Engineer.


Cudney, Elizabeth, Merwan Mehta, and Richard Monroe. 2006. “Combining Lean and Six-sigma for Optimal Results.” Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Technical Paper #TP06PUB123.

Monroe, Richard, Merwan Mehta, and Paul Kauffmann. 2005. “Diffusion of Lean Thinking: An Update Ten Years After.” International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, Special Issue on Lean.” Volume 8, Issue 1, pages 28-35.


Mehta, Merwan, and Richard Monroe. 2005. “Enterprise-Wide Implementation of Lean/Six-sigma Through a Prioritized Roadmap.” Selected Conference Papers: National Association of Industrial Technology.


Mehta, Merwan, and Robert Sickler. 2005. “Strategic Planning For Small Manufacturing Business Reengineering.” Conference paper, National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT).


Mehta, Merwan, and Richard Monroe. 2005. “Enterprise-Wide Implementation of Lean/Six-sigma Through a Prioritized Roadmap.” Conference paper, National Association of Industrial Technology

(NAIT).


Mehta, Merwan, and Vern Spaulding. 2005. “Value Stream Mapping for Continuous Batch Stream Processes.” Conference paper, Institute of Industrial Engineers’ (IIE) Lean Solutions Conference.


Mehta, Merwan, and Richard Monroe. 2005. “Committing to a Lean/Six- Sigma Roadmap.” Conference paper, Institute of Industrial Engineers’ (IIE) Lean Solutions Conference.


Mehta, Merwan. 2004. “Designing Quick-Check Attribute Gages for Six-sigma Process Control.” Conference paper, Institute of Industrial Engineers’ (IIE) Lean Solutions Conference.


Mehta, Merwan, and Robert Sickler. 2005. “Process Value Mapping – Wring More Waste Out of Business Processes.” Electronic Magazine, Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE).


Mehta, Merwan, and John Fargher. 2005. “Goodwill Mapping: Benevolence gets a boost from a lean management mainstay.” Industrial Engineer.


Mehta, Merwan. 2005. “Design Competitively: Member Forum.” Industrial Engineer.


Faculty Information Sheet


Name: Gonzague Erol Ozan


  1. Rank: Assistant Professor




  1. Degrees:


Ph.D.  Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, Engineering Management, 2003

M.Sc.  Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey, Applied Physics, 1997

B.Sc.  Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 1992



  1. Teaching Experience related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Overall nature of workload assignments (%teaching/%research/%service/administration/clinical practice):

Teaching: 50% (Information Security related teaching activities constitute about 15% weight)

Research: 40% (Information Security related research activities constitute about 15% weight)

Service: 10%


In summary, 30% of my workload involves activities related with the field of information security.

    1. Courses:


Dynamic Web Services; Engineering Economics; Enterprise Web Services; Information Technology Project Management; Internet Research Techniques; Introduction to Telecommunications; Network Media Services; Networked Commerce Systems; Special Topic in Technology; System Analysis; System Integrity for Information Technology; Web Site Development


  1. Scholarly & Professional Activities related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




  1. Publications/Scholarly Activity related to proposed degree:


Wuensch, K., Aziz, S., Ozan, G. E. , Kishore, M., & Tabrizi, N. (in press, 2007).  Pedagogical Characteristics of Online and Face-to-Face Classes. International Journal on E-Learning.


Sireli, Y., Kauffmann, P., & Ozan, E. (2007).  Integration of Kano’s Model into QFD for Multiple Product Design. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 54 (2), 380 - 390 .


Ozan, G. E., Sireli, Y., & Kauffmann, P. (2007).  A New Market Adoption Model for the Information Systems Industry. Engineering Management Journal, 19 (1), 13-21.


Ozan, G. E. (2006).  Developing Value Metrics for Weather Data: the Case of Meteorological Data Collection and Recording System (MDCRS). IABE Review of Business Research.


Ozan, G. (2005).  Kano's Model for Multiple Product Development. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 5, 30-40.

Ozan, G. (2005).  Behavioral assessment of online education. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 84, 1395-1400.


Ozan, G. (2004).  Feasibility of TAMDAR: an Aircraft-based Weather Data Collection System. Journal of Air Transport Management, 10, 207-215.


Ozan, G. E., Tabrizi, M., Wuensch, K., Aziz, S., & Kishore, M. (2007).  Learning Effectiveness as a Function of the Technologies Employed in Online Learning Settings. 2007 American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference.


Mohammed, T., Toderick, L., Ozan, G. E. , & Lunsford, P. (2007).  A Case Study on the SSH Brute Force Dictionary Attack on Information Technology Labs. The 5th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications.


Lunsford, P., Ozan, E., Toderick, L., & Mohammed, T. (2006).  Development of an Educational Data Acquisition System to Profile Cyber Attacks. 2006 IJME - INTERTECH Conference.


Wuensch, K., Aziz, S., Ozan, E., Kishore, M., & Tabrizi, N. (2006).  Pedagogical Characteristics of Online and Face-to-Face Classes. E-Learn 2006--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education .


Ozan, G. (2005).  A Framework Archgitecture for a 5 Dimensional Weather System. 26th ASEM National Conference, 26, 243-248.


Ozan, G. (2005).  A Quality Deployment-based Decision Model for the Avionics Industry in the U.S. 35th Intl Conf on Comp. and Industrial Engineering, 2, 1771-1776.


Sireli, Y., Kauffmann, P., & Ozan, E. (2004).  A new Product Planning and Forecasting Model for the Avionics Market in the United States. 10th International Conference on Industry, Engineering, & Management Systems, 501-508.


Sireli, Y., Rosul, C., Ozan, E., & Kauffmann, P. (2004).  A Review of Market Adoption Models for the Information Systems Industry. 25th American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) National Conference.


Tabrizi, N., Collins, C., & Ozan, E. (2004).  Implementation of Object-Orientation using UML in Entry-Level Software Development Courses. ACM Special Interest Group in Information Technology Education (SIGITE).


Ozan, G. (2004).  A Diffusion Model for a New Product Group in the Avionics Industry. 25th ASEM Conference, -, 210-216.


Ozan, G. (2004).  The TAMDAR Decision Support System. International Conference on Industry, Engineering, -, 141-146.


Ozan, G. (2003).  Developing a Metaphor for Autonomous Software Agents Used in E-Commerce . ASEM National Conference, 56-59.


Ozan, G. (2003).  How to Design Multicriteria Spatial Decision Support Systems. ASEM National Conference, 90-94.


Ozan, G. (2003).  Kano's Customer Satisfaction Model for Product Differentiation: An Application to Cockpit Weather Information Systems. ASEM, 270 - 277.


Ozan, G. (2003).  Market Segmentation for General Aviation Cockpit Weather Information Systems. ASEM, 278 - 283.


  1. Status of Grants and Contracts submitted related to proposed degree


2008 - Ozan, G. E., "Partnership in Information Assurance Scholarship and Capacity Building Program 2", GOV-Department of Defense (DD), ( $58,600).

2008 - Kauffmann, P., Kim, B., & Ozan, G.E., "Mid-Currituck Sound Bridge- Traffic Studies", This study complements and extends understanding of the near term and long term performance of the proposed Mid Currituck Sound Bridge project and related traffic system by developing and analyzing the results of discrete event traffic models., N.C. Department of Transportation, ( $223,270).


2007 - Kauffmann, P., "Mid-Currituck Bridge Project", State of North Carolina Turnpike Authority, ( $255,978).


2007 - Ozan, G. E., "Partnership in Information Assurance Scholarship and Capacity Building Program", GOV-Department of Defense (DD), ( $36,000).


2006 - Ozan, G. E., "Development of an Information Assurance Scholarship Program at East Carolina University", GOV-Department of Defense (DD), ( $85,275).


2005 - Tebrizi, N., Ozan, E., Aziz, S., Allred, L., & Kishore, M., "Behavioral AOC Comprehensive Assessment of Online Course Delivery Systems", GOV-National Science Foundation (NSF), ( $125,000).


2004 - Kauffmann, P., Ozan, E., & Sireli, Y., "Longitudinal Study of the Market Penetration of Cockpit Weather Information Systems ", GOV-National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), ($83,404).


  1. Other:


2008:  Spyware Detection Software. This software detects active spyware on Windows systems by analyzing the active processes. This is an educational tool that I have designed for ICTN 6883 course.


2008:  Encryption-Decryption Software. A software tool that encrypts and decrypts the files. It was designed to provide hands-on exercise in ICTN 6883.


2003:  TAMDAR Decision Support System. A prototype software developed for NASA, Langley. This tool optimizes the meteorological data collection from aircraft that carry TAMDAR sensors.

Faculty Information Sheet


Name: Paul F. Petersen


  1. Rank: Visiting Associate Professor




  1. Degrees:


PhD, Industrial Engineering, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 1987

MBA, Furman University, Greenville, SC, 1975

BBA, Industrial Management and Marketing, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1963


  1. Teaching Experience related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Overall nature of workload assignments (%teaching/%research/%service/administration/clinical practice):


Teaching 50%

Research 0%

Service 10%

Other (administrative) 40%



    1. Courses:


Capital Investment Analysis; Advanced Engineering Economy; Computer Integrated Manufacturing;

Construction Safety; Engineering Economy; Engineering Management; Facility Planning; Industrial Ergonomics; Industrial Fire Protection; Industrial Safety; Introduction to Safety Management;

Leadership; Lean Manufacturing/Enterprise; Production and Inventory Control; Science for Safety Professionals; Statistical Process Control; Systems Simulation


    1. Graduate student supervisory experience (theses/dissertations):


N/A


  1. Scholarly & Professional Activities related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Publications/Scholarly Activity related to proposed degree:



MacLeod, Kenneth, and Paul F. Petersen, “Teaching SuPERT, 2003 Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C., November 22-25, 2003, 4


Petersen, Paul and Eugene Rutz. “Distance Learning – Sharing of Resources.” Presented at Poskole 2002 Conference on Technology in the Classroom. Prague, CZ. April 12, 2002.


Petersen, Paul F., Ronald Abate, and Nan McIntyre. “Comprehensive Student Outreach Activities for Future Engineers.” Session #3663. Presented at the 2000 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. St. Louis, MO, June 18-21, 2000.


Petersen, Paul F. presented paper by Fatima Weathers, Nan McIntyre, and Fred Schoenig. “Manufacturing Education: Results of a Benchmarking Study of the Teaching Factory/Learning Center Model.” Session #3663. Presented at the 2000 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. St. Louis, MO, June 18-21, 2000.


Faculty Information Sheet


Name: Christine R. Russell


  1. Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor




  1. Degrees:


Ph.D. Technical and Professional Discourse, Course Work Completed, Expected Date of Dissertation Spring 2009/Fall 2009, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.


J.D. Juris Doctorate Law, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, Kansas City Missouri, 1989,


M.A. Technical and Professional Communication, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina 2000.


Graduate Certificate in Multi-Cultural Literature, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina 2000.


 B.A. English Literature/Writing, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland,

Virginia 1984


  1. Teaching Experience related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Overall nature of workload assignments


(teaching—60%

research—25%

service/administration/clinical practice—15%):


    1. Courses:


Technology Systems and Criminal Justice Courses:

  • Legal and Ethical Issues in Information Technology;

  • Regulation and Policy in Technology;

  • Civil Liability in Criminal Justice;

  • Technical Writing, (WI) (Fall 2006-ongoing);

  • Technical Presentations, (Fall 2006- ongoing);

  • Technology Regulation and Law (undergraduate course) and

  • Technology Law and Ethics (graduate course Spring 2004-2005, Fall 2006—ongoing);

  • Criminal Procedure—graduate course (Sp 09);

  • Civil Liability in Criminal Justice (Fall 08)


Communication Courses:

  • Advanced Reporting, (Fall 2004-2006);

  • Basic Reporting, (WI) (Fall 1998-2002);

  • Business Communication & Speech, (1998-2005);

  • Conflict in Communication, (Fall 2005-2006);

  • Feature Writing, (Fall 2005-2006);

  • Mass Media Law, (2000-2006);

  • Media Ethics, (2000-2006);

  • Media Writing (WI) (Fall 2000-2005);

  • Persuasion Theories, (Fall 2005-2006);

  • PR & Corporate Writing (WI), (2002-2005);

  • 1st Amendment Law (summer 2005-2006);

  • Web Design (Fall 2002-2004); I

  • nterpersonal Communication (Spring 08 NC State)




    1. Graduate student supervisory experience (theses/dissertations): NA




  1. Scholarly & Professional Activities related to proposed degree (with emphasis on the past five years)




    1. Publications/Scholarly Activity related to proposed degree:


Dermody, Michael; Russell, Christine. (April 2008) “Training Engineers Using Podcast and Simulation Technology in the 21st Century” ASSEE-SE, Proceedings Journal. Memphis, Tn.


Russell, Christine. (Fall 2007) Book Review, Heydon, Georgina. The Language of Police Interviewing: A Critical Analysis. Word.


Russell, Christine. (Spring 2006) Book Review, Queen, William. Under and Alone. Criminal Justice Quarterly.


Russell, Christine, Christine Cranford (2003). “Teaching Writing Skills to Professionals Using the World Wide Web” Proceedings Journal for the Society for Technical Communicators, Dallas, Tx.


Dermody, Michael; Russell, Christine. “Design Considerations for the Micro-Screen Mobile Video Environment.” iDMAa, (Nov 2008) Savannah, Ga.


Russell, Christine. “ Playing in the Dark in Visual Culture“ on a panel titled Film as Visual Rhetorical Texts. Conference on College Composition and Communication, (March 2009) San Francisco, Ca. (Accepted)


Russell, Christine. (Manuscript Complete to be submitted Fall 2008) “A Rhetorical Analysis of Whiteness and Power in Woody Allen’s Matchpoint.”


    1. Status of Grants and Contracts:


ECU First Annual Second Life Training Academy, 2008 ($1,000)


Integration of Shared Presentation Space in STEM Course, 2008 ($170,000)


Distance Education Innovative use of Technology, December 2005 ($19,757)


Distance Education Innovative use of Technology, March 2005 ($19,757)



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